New Zealand Opens Fully For International Travellers And Here Are The Best Places To Visit

by Sanmita A
New Zealand Opens Fully For International Travellers And Here Are The Best Places To Visit

Since the pandemic, New Zealand is finally opening its border to international travellers. The country has lifted its travel restrictions and accepted visa applications from visitors via the maritime borders. However, recently there have been reports of Covid-19 infections being detected once again. Reportedly, almost 52,538 COVID-19 cases have been reported in the past seven days.

As New Zealand Opens Borders, Will Tourism See A Boost?

Countries all over the world received a hard blow after the pandemic. But, now that the world is reopening, it does bring back hope for countries to get back on track once again. New Zealand is sometimes called, Paradise of the Pacific and honestly, we can’t wait to discover and visit the offbeat destinations there. Other than Haka and Rugby, the country is also famous for its scenic landscapes, wine, music festivals, trekking trails, national parks, delicious pies, culture, history, museums, beaches and so much more.


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Get Packing & Head To The Land Of Kiwis For An Unforgettable Trip

As the country is slowly welcoming visitors once again, it will take a while before tourists rush and crowd the tourist destinations. Honestly, New Zealand has so much, that it is quite hard to pick one from the rest. However, we have listed a few best highlights that must make it to your travelling list. To begin with, head to the must-visit destinations like Roy’s Peak in Wanaka, Hobbiton, Queenstown, stunning beaches in both North and south of New Zealand, Mt Maunganui in Bay of Plenty, Milford South, Waiheke Island, and Lake Taupo. These are the few popular destinations in New Zealand. Aside from these, New Zealand has a different set of favourites when it comes to the North & South.

Find the list below:


Cape Reinga – Watch two seas meeting here

Hobbiton – Take a movie set tour & get ready to be pleasantly shocked

Rotorua – Take a dip into the natural hot springs here & rejuvenate yourself

Tongariro National Park – One of the UNESCO World Heritage sites in the country. Worth your time & money!


Marlborough – Savour delicious seafood & enjoy the wines here

Christchurch – Witness the unusual street art & a must-visit for foodies

Kaikōura – A water baby? Get ready to be moved on seeing whales, dolphins and even seals

Fox and Franz Josef glaciers – Witness real glaciers meeting the seas!


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To know more, watch our host & Chief Travelling Officer, Kamiya Jani explore New Zealand’s bests